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Malaysia September 2018: Proton, Mazda, Ford resist in post-GST slump

Is a rebadged Geely Boyue the key to Proton’s fortune reversal at home? It would appear so.

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After three months boosted by the absence of GST, now that prices are back to normal the Malaysian market logically falls 23.8% year-on-year in September to 31.241 registrations, yet the year-to-date tally remains boosted by this super summer at +6.9% to 454.971. Leader Perodua (-34.8%) skids faster than the market but sells almost double any other carmaker present in the country at 30.3% share vs. 15.9% for #2 Honda (-37%). For once Proton (+1%) goes agains the grain and posts a year-on-year uptick as is also the case in the Top 10 for Mazda (+65%), Ford (+31%), Isuzu (+3%) and BMW (+1%) whereas Mercedes (-45%) and Toyota (-31%) struggle. Further down, great gainers include Kia (+47%), Mitsubishi (+46%), Daihatsu (+45%), Mini (+44%), Renault (+38%) and Peugeot (+21%). Note Proton says it has registered 10.000 bookings for its first-ever SUV, the X70 (pictured) which is in fact a rebadged Geely Boyue, Geely having purchased the Proton brand in 2017. 2.000 of these booking were made were made via the , open since October 17, which required customers to pay a fee of RM99, with the remaining 8.000 bookings had customers placing a deposit of RM1,000 at official Proton dealerships across the country which they can do since September 8. Proton September sales aren’t affected yet but it will be interesting to see the brand’s evolution over the coming months.

Previous month: Malaysia August 2018: Third (and final) month without GST sees 26.8% jump

One year ago: Malaysia September 2017: Honda, BMW, VW and Subaru defy market down 15%

Full September 2018 Top 45 All-brands ranking below.

Malaysia August 2018: Third (and final) month without GST sees 26.8% jump

Mazda sales are up 143% year-on-year in Malaysia in August.

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The Malaysian new car market continues to benefit from the removal of the 6% Goods and Services Tax (GST) on all car purchases initiated on June 1, with sales shooting up 26.8% to 65.551 units, the third month above the 60.000 mark and leading to a year-to-date tally up 10.1% to 423.730. However this is the last month with no GST, as the 10% sales tax kicks in on September 1 and will mean a much lower sales level for the remainder of the year. Market leader Perodua goes against the grain again with a 4% decline due to the fact it reduced its prices as early as May. Honda (+11%) is also shy but Proton (+47%) back up to #3 for the first time since last May, Toyota (+54%) and Nissan (+37%) all outpace the market in the remainder of the Top 5, as do Mazda (+143%), Mitsubishi (+124%), Isuzu (+83%) and BMW (+58%) in the Top 10. Further down, Land Rover (+327%), Lexus (+214%), Renault (+191%), Subaru (+187%), Volvo (+128%) and Ford (+96%) are among the most dynamic while we welcome Hoka and Shandong Kama in the ranking this month, each with one sale.

Previous month: Malaysia July 2018: No GST boosts market to 2nd largest volume ever

One year ago: Malaysia August 2017: Volkswagen more than doubles sales

Full August 2018 Top XX All-brands ranking below.

Malaysia July 2018: No GST boosts market to 2nd largest volume ever

Volvo sales in Malaysia are up 5-fold compared to July 2017.

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The Malaysian new vehicle market continues to enjoy the benefits of the scrapping of the 9% GST on June 1 with July deliveries up a whopping 41.1% year-on-year to 68.465 units, the 2nd largest monthly volume in Malaysian history below the 69.401 units hit back in December 2015. The year-to-date tally tilts into positive at +5.2% to 358.179 registrations. For once, brand leader Perodua (+26%) trails its home market at 34.8% share, that’s because it had lowered the price of its vehicles by 9% as early as early May to avoid a drop that month. Honda (+49%) and Toyota (+65%) on the other hand outpace the market on the remainder of the podium, with Mercedes (+112%), Mitsubishi (+100%) and Mazda (+71%) doing so in the Top 10. Further down, Volvo (+406%), Subaru (+264%), Renault (+194%), Kia (+138%), Land Rover (+100%) and Volkswagen (+99%) are among the most dynamic.

Previous month: Malaysia June 2018: No more GST boosts market up 28.3%

One year ago: Malaysia July 2017: Perodua and Proton beat market back up 14%

Full July 2018 Top 45 All-brands ranking below.

Malaysia June 2018: No more GST boosts market up 28.3%

Toyota sales surge 117% year-on-year to 17.8% share in June. 

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The removal of the 6% Goods and Services Tax (GST) from June 1 onwards has boosted the Malaysian market up 28.3% year-on-year in June to 64.502 units, the first time sales climb above the 60.000 mark since December 2016 (64.822). Yet a slow start of the year means the YTD volume is up just 1.8% to 289.714 registrations. Passenger cars gain 2.1% to 261.043 units whereas commercial vehicles including pickups edge up 0.1% to 28.671. Logically, the brands that did well in May as they voluntarily cut their prices by the equivalent of the GST to keep sales going fall rather flat this month, and vice-versa the brands that waited out the GST drop are doing much better. This way, market leader Perodua sees its share tumbled down more than 20 points from 51.1% in May to just 30.4% but remains solidly in the lead. Reversely, Toyota climbs from a paltry 4.7% last month to 17.8% in May, up 115% year-on-uear. Mitsubishi (+90%), Mazda (+89%), Volkswagen (+84%), BMW (+49%), Mercedes (+45%) and Honda (+30%) also brilliantly beat the market in the Top 10 whereas Proton actually loses ground at -15%. Further down, Renault (+373%), Chana (+300%), Lexus (+256%), Land Rover (+188%), CAMC (+163%), Volvo (+106%), Jaguar (+100%) and Subaru (+89%) impress.

Previous month: Malaysia May 2018: Perodua breaks symbolic 50% share barrier in slow market

One year ago: Malaysia June 2017: BMW and Volkswagen impress in market down 12%

Full June 2018 Top 45 All-brands ranking below.

Malaysia May 2018: Perodua breaks symbolic 50% share barrier in slow market

Perodua holds a gigantic – and record – 51.1% of its home market in May

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The 6% Goods and Services Tax (GST) will be scrapped from 1 June onwards in Malaysia, which explains why the new car market dives 15.1% year-on-year in May to just 42.983 units as car purchases have been postponed to June when prices will automatically go down by 6%. Year-to-date volumes are now down 3.8% to 225.212. Brand leader Perodua has played its home market to perfection by choosing to offer a 6% rebate during May that effectively cancels the GST one month in advance. As a result, it is one of only 10 carmakers out of 45 present in the Malaysian market to register a year-on-year gain this month, and a large one at that: a whopping 28% that enables Perodua to break the symbolic 50% market share barrier for the first time in history at 51.1%. This is a staggering 8.8 percentage points above its previous share record of 42.3% established just last month. It is the third time in the past four months that Perodua breaks its all-time market share record in Malaysia after lifting it to 42.2% last February. Kia (+1%) is the only other Top 10 manufacturer in positive, with Honda (-12%) falling slower than the market but Toyota (-67%), Proton (-43%), Isuzu (-40%), BMW (-37%), Mercedes (-33%), Mazda (-32%) and Nissan (-23%) all freefalling.

Previous month: Malaysia April 2018: Perodua breaks record share again at 42.3%

One year ago: Malaysia May 2017: Honda and Proton outpace market up 13%

Full May 2018 Top 45 All-brands ranking below.

Malaysia April 2018: Perodua breaks record share again at 42.3%

Perodua Bezza

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New vehicle sales in Malaysia are up a solid 10.2% year-on-year in April to 47.089 units, yet the year-to-date tally remains in negative at -0.7% to 182.229 registrations. It’s another record month for Perodua, up a gigantic 39% on April 2017 to break its all-time share record in Malaysia for the second time in the past three months albeit by the smallest of margins at 42.3% vs. a previous best of 42.2% last February. Far below, Honda (+6%) remains at #2 with Toyota (-5%) rounding up the podium and now also ranking #3 year-to-date, stepping past Proton, down an abysmal 29% this month. Mitsubishi (+67%), Mercedes (+42%) and Mazda (+14%) also shine in the remainder of the Top 10 while further down Volvo (+148%), Renault (+90%), Daihatsu (+54%), Ford (+50%) and Mini (+28%) are among the best performers.

Previous month: Malaysia March 2018: Perodua and Mazda shine in market down 6.9%

One year ago: Malaysia April 2017: Honda, Proton and Toyota push up

Full April 2018 Top 45 All-brands ranking below.

Malaysia March 2018: Perodua and Mazda shine in market down 6.9%

Mazda sales are up 38% year-on-year in Malaysia in March.

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New car sales in Malaysia post a 6.9% year-on-year decline in March to 49.985 registrations, pulling the Q1 volume down 4% to 135.140 units. Brand leader Perodua continues to ignore the surrounding gloom with a splendid 7% year-on-year increase leading to a mammoth 41.5% share. That’s almost five times the amount of its local once-competitor, Proton, down 31% to just 8.4% of the market at #4 overall. Honda (-18%) and Toyota (-16%) round up the podium but drop much faster than the market, as is the case for Isuzu (-30%), Nissan (-24%) and Mercedes (-16%) in the remainder of the Top 10. In contrast, Mazda surges 38% to #6 while BMW gains 2% to #9 and Mitsubishi limits its fall to -4%. Further down, Hino (+132%), Peugeot (+55%), Volkswagen (+33%), Ford (+33%) and Lexus (+11%) make themselves noticed while Chinese newcomer and heavy truckmaker Sinotruk shoots up 14 spots on February to #17.

Previous month: Malaysia February 2018: Perodua smashes record share at 42.2%

One year ago: Malaysia March-April 2017: Honda, Proton and Toyota push up

Full March 2018 Top 45 All-brands ranking below.

Malaysia February 2018: Perodua smashes record share at 42.2%

Perodua improves its record share by 1.6 percentage point in February.

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The Malaysian new car market drops 4.4% year-on-year to 40.578 registrations, pulling the year-to-date volume down 2.3% to 85.153 units. Brand leader Perodua goes against the grain: it is the only marque in the Top 5 to post a year-on-year gain at +3%, shooting up to an all-time record 42.2% market share, beating its previous best of 40.6% established back in August 2016. Below, Honda (-9%), Toyota (-13%), Proton (-37%) and Nissan (-28%) all fall faster than the market, resulting in reduced shares. The remainder of the Top 10 showcase some spectacular gains: Mazda (+120%), Mitsubishi (+50%), Mercedes (+32%) and BMW (+25%) all impress. Further down, notice Porsche (+173%), Subaru (+68%), Renault (+55%), Peugeot (+52%) and Volkswagen (+53%) among the most dynamic.

Previous month: Malaysia January 2018: Perodua soars 25% to tease 40% share

One year ago: Malaysia February 2017: Perodua up to 39.1% share in market up 12%

Full February 2018 Top 45 All-brands ranking below.

Malaysia January 2018: Perodua soars 25% to tease 40% share

Perodua holds almost 40% of its home market in January. 

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New light vehicle sales in Malaysia edge down 0.2% year-on-year in January to 44.667 units, with sales of passenger cars stable but commercial vehicles (including pickups) surging 27%. Market leader Perodua soars 25% to a splendid 39.7% share vs. 35.5% over the Full Year 2017 whereas the rest of the Top 4 is all in negative: Honda drops 5% but Proton (-34%) and Toyota (-39%) both freefall. Mazda posts the largest year-on-year gain in the Top 10 at a stunning 62% propelling the brand to #6 overall vs. #12 in December. BMW (+32%), Mercedes (+32%), Nissan (+29%) and Mitsubishi (+20%) also lodge very satisfying improvements. Further down, Volvo (+165%), Bison (+122%), Hino (+85%), Peugeot (+72%), Daihatsu (+37%) and Volkswagen (+30%) are among the biggest gainers while we welcome Chinese carmakers King Long (#37) and JMC (#40) in the Malaysian ranking for the first time this month.

Previous post: Malaysia Full Year 2017: Perodua remains above 200.000 sales

One year ago: Malaysia January 2017: Honda BR-V lifts market into positive (+0.1%)

Full January 2018 Top 45 All-brands ranking below.

Malaysia Full Year 2017: Perodua remains above 200.000 sales

Perodua remains the most popular carmaker at home. 

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The Malaysian new car market records a second consecutive year of decline in 2017 at 576.635 units, down 0.6% on the 580.124 sales of 2016 and to be compared with an all-time record of 666.677 hit in 2015. Passenger cars are up 0.02% to 514.679 units while commercial vehicles are down 5.4% to 61.956 including 41.316 pickups, down 7.6% on 2016. Local carmaker Perodua remains by far the most popular in Malaysia, posting a third consecutive year (and ever) above 200.000 annual units but down 1% to 35.5% share. Honda on the other hand surges 19% to 19% share vs. 15.8% a year ago, eclipsing the 100.000 annual sales mark for the very first time and to be compared with just 51.544 in 2013. Meanwhile Proton continues to decline at -2% and saves its third place overall for just 1.500 units above Toyota (+9%) improving its market share by one percentage point to 12.1%. Below, Subaru (+23%), BMW (+18%), Peugeot (+13%) and Mini (+12%) are among the most dynamic.

Malaysia sales and production 2008-2017. Source: MAA

Previous month: Malaysia November 2017: Honda up 18% to 21.3% share

Previous year (brands): Malaysia Full Year 2016: Perodua hits record share in market down 13%

Previous year (models): Malaysia Full Year 2016: Models data now available

Two years ago: Malaysia Full Year 2015: First year of reign for the Perodua Axia

Full Year and December 2017 Top 45 All-brands vs. Full Year 2016 figures below.

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